Homilies tagged with ‘Ordinary Time’

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June 10, 2018 – Tenth Sunday in Ordinary Time (B)

    In our second reading today, St. Paul breaks into perhaps his most sublime enunciation of the human condition and the glory for which we are destined.  He says that our momentary afflictions are producing for us an eternal weight of glory beyond all comparison.  So, in order to expound on this idea, I will be […]

    August 20, 2017 – 20th Sunday of Ordinary Time (A)

    The events of the past week in Charlottesville, Virginia have shaken our nation.  The white-supremacist protest, the counter protest, and the ensuing violence that left one woman dead and many others injured is a reminder that, despite the progress made by the Civil Rights Movement, racism still persists in our society.  We are saddened to […]